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And things don’t look like get any easier as they host an Italian side at Dundee High School who upset France to win 13-12 in their opener – their first win over the French since the fixture began nearly 28 years ago.
The Italians have made two changes, with wing Dilette Veronese and flanker Cecilia Zublena being replaced by Giuliana Campanella and Sofia Stefan.
Findlay has also made minimal changes from the defeat to England, promoting flanker Jade Konkel from the bench to make her first start, and gain her second cap, while hooker Nikki McLeod joins the replacements, her last of four international outings being in 2009 against the Netherlands.
And by sticking with the majority of the side that tasted that heavy defeat in their opener, Findlay is hoping to see a fighting spirit in front of their home fans.
“We now have an opportunity on home turf for the team to come out and provide a response in light of last weekend's result,” she said.
“It is now down to the players to find it within themselves to produce a performance, to do themselves and all involved justice for all the genuine, real hard work that has been done and the improvements the team have actually made as a group. The time for talking is done.
“Italy have come off the back end of a fantastic win for them against France, so I don't doubt this contest will be a spirited match and, again, a tough one but that's what the players put in all the training effort for.”
As for England, despite getting off to the best possible start coach Gary Street has made seven changes for the trip to Ireland.
There is a whole new front row with Rochelle Clark and Victoria Fleetwood coming off the bench and Bristol prop Sophie Hemming back in the match day squad. Lock Rowena Burnfield is also back in the second row.
In the backs Kay Wilson moves from the wing to full-back whilst Sally Tuson and La Toya Mason make the starting line-up.
Richmond’s Fran Matthew also returns to action after narrowly missing out on Sevens selection for last weekend’s World Series in Houston because of injury.
Ireland head coach Philip Doyle has also made a number of changes from the side that opened with a 12-10 win over Wales.
Nora Stapleton will start at out-half with Lynne Cantwell moving to outside centre alongside Jenny Murphy.
Ashleigh Baxter comes in on the right wing with Niamh Kavanagh moving to the replacements bench. The front row and second row remain unchanged but Siobhan Fleming comes in at blindside flanker for Laura Guest.
The final game of round two sees Wales and France looking to get their Six Nations up and running after losing their opening clashes.
In order to do this Wales have made three changes, captain Rachel Taylor dropping to the bench with Nia Davies earning her first start in the back-row.
Full-back Rosie Fletcher is injured and replaced by Dyddgu Hywel while Vicky Owens switches from the flank to No.8.
France have rung the changes, six in total, and are without their first choice props Lise Arricastre and Helene Ezanno who were injured in the defeat to Italy .